Dedmon, Ryan Scott

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RYAN SCOTT DEDMON, 37 years of age, passed from this life on May 17, 2014, as a result of an accidental head injury sustained from a fall in his parent’s home. Ryan was raised in Carrollton, Texas and was a graduate of Newman Smith High School where he played football and was active in the Drama Department. He is preceded in death by his mother, Patricia Wiens Dedmon and his grandparents on both sides of his family. He is survived by his wife, Brittany Neidert Dedmon of Carrollton, Texas, father, Stan Dedmon of Carrollton, Texas, two brothers, Bryan Dedmon and family of Wichita Falls, Texas and Kevin Dedmon and family of Houston, Texas, three nieces, three nephews and one grand niece. He is also survived by several uncles and aunts and several cousins, all of whom he cherished throughout his life. Ryan was an independent contractor in the computer hardware and software design and installation industry and lived his entire life in Carrollton, Texas. A Memorial Service is to be held at The North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Dallas, Texas at 1:30 PM on Saturday June 14, 2014. The family requests that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to The American Cancer Society.

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10 replies on “Dedmon, Ryan Scott”

Laura Deleon says:

My prayers are with everyone who knew and loved Ryan.

Nicole Hicks says:

Ryan I am so saddened by this and wish every day that you were here with us but I know you are in heaven shining down on us. You will be greatly missed and my deepest condolences to the Dedmon family.

Wade says:

I will miss you a great deal. You were almost like blood to me.

Elizabeth says:

You are forever in my heart! I miss you so!! All my Love, Liz

Nick says:

hey man, I will miss you always. Tell the others I will see you all one day. God has you now, and now you can rest. See you there.

nick oneal says:

I miss you so much man, its been hard dealing with this lost without you here to help me get through it. I glad your able to be with your mother again and I do everything I can to help your family out in your absence. Oh, you would have been so proud to see the turn out for your funeral, you were loved by so many people and we’re all better people just from getting to know you. Save me a good seat and keep an eye on me for now if you have time, you know that I’d do it for you… I miss you man, i’ll see you when I get there…

Mark Barrett says:

Ive tried writing the several times but couldnt stop the tears. You ment so much to so many people. To me you were like a brother, regardless of the time apart. I went to the ceramony it was beautiful. We sang take me out to the ballpark. You probably know that.. I miss you man. Ill help carry on your legacy. You are my brother love you man!

Amanda Toich Gay says:

To the Dedmon family: I am BLOWN away to hear this news. My heart is broken. I only just heard of this horrible news today. I only just re-connected with Ryan after many years but remember him as a sweet little boy. Kevin, I know you adored him. The man he had grown to be was amazing. He was so handsome and funny. I cannot even begin to imagine the loss you all must feel. I am so sorry for you and for the world being deprived of such a dynamic and wonderful person…I am sick…

Heidi hargis says:

I was encarcerated during this tragic time and for that ill never foregive myself.you were like a brother to me like a mentor a best friend.ill always love you.they say the good die young and they werent lying.save me a seat brother…just know you were there for me in more ways than you know love you now and always.gone but never foregotten..

Tamara Mattson-Sabo says:

My deepest sympathies to you Kevin and your family. I only just recently heard about Ryan passing. Please accept my condolences!

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